Tag Archives: american
Submission from 19 year old up-and-coming NYC Artist, M.Craft.
Free 9 track album – cool beats, good rapping….check it!
Grab the full FREE album here.
Latest single – ‘Ooh La La’
Follow him on Twitter.
This seems appropriate with the Olympics now in full swing! Here’s a sport related submission from Phoenix based Vector Artist, Dustin Watson.
Check out more of Dustin’s work (not all sport related) here:
Some new work from the crazy tallented Philadelphia based Illustrator, Chris Murray, just arrived in our Inbox…
A couple of the Dirt Cheap team spent the last week working at the Odd Future pop-up store in London – which coincided with the crews UK tour. It was a pretty crazy (tiring!) week working the shop in the day and partying with the band on a night.
Here’s a cool little video on Odd Future’s channel
Much more to come when we have sorted our own media/heads out..
SOPA – PIPA: Another nail in the coffin of Free Speech.
We have blacked out our header to show opposition to the PIPA – SOPA bills being considered in the U.S
Why should you care?
Look here at this brilliant chart explaining.
Couple of great tracks to share with you from friend of Dirt Cheap Stefan Melbourne.
“With a whispering intensity for lyricism bound to simple yet robust musicality, Stefan Melbourne is already becoming a well-known name in the Manchester music scene. Drawing on the emotionally expressive sounds of Nick Drake and Tim Buckley, Melbourne is no stranger to urban poetry and lyrics of raw emotion, and has caught the limelight through his composite style that aligns itself with both indie-folk and country blues.
Tapping into a mature repertoire of seminal American folk musicians such as Lead Belly, Sonny Boy Williamson and Robert Johnson, his interesting blend of contemporary lyrics alongside a classic folk, almost bluegrass approach, sees Melbourne’s efforts fall comfortably on the ears of Bon Iver fans and Lamontagne followers alike.”
If you like what you hear go ‘Like’ his Facebook page here!
American photojournalist Eve Arnold, best known for her portraits of stars such as Marilyn Monroe, died yesterday aged 99.
‘lovely stuff, not my words Michael, the words of shaking Stevens…’
check the rest out here!
well i’ll start the proceedings with my favorite blog of the minute.
Its a great collection of vintage design and illustration called so much pile up. well worth checking out and keep checking back as it gets updated regularly!